Envoy Calls on Bosnia CB Chief
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Envoy Calls on Bosnia CB Chief

Iran and Bosnia-Herzegovina will enhance banking relations as transaction of payments and bank guarantees are needed for expanding two-way commercial ties, said Iran’s ambassador in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hussein Rajabi, in a meeting with the governor of Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CBBH), Senad Softic on Monday. He called for removing the existing hurdles to doing business with BH because it has still not lifted sanctions against Iran, CBBH quoted him as saying in a press release. Rajabi added that Iran is interested in the import of bauxite and investment in the tourism sector. Softic said the CBBH would do what is needed to enhance economic cooperation between two sides.


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